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Arnold Through Time

The market town of Arnold gained its market status in 1968. As a suburb of Nottingham, it is rich in both history and heritage. With a varied range of restaurants and shops situated in the town centre, the area has a buzzing culture and community. Les mer
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The market town of Arnold gained its market status in 1968. As a suburb of Nottingham, it is rich in both history and heritage. With a varied range of restaurants and shops situated in the town centre, the area has a buzzing culture and community. Once associated with its hosiery factories, Arnold was a key contender in the knitting industry in the nineteenth century and was the setting for the 1811 'Luddite riots', in which knitters from the village broke into workshops and disabled the machinery and frames used for the production of lace cloth. Photographer and local enthusiast Sally Outram invites readers on a journey through time, detailing this town's intricate history and culture that some may not be aware of. Learn about the now closed railway station, once known as 'Daybrook and Arnold', and visit the town's most notable landmark the Home Ales building, among many other interesting escapades, in this influential and collection of photographs and memories.

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